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Welcome radiant beings and creatures of darkness to The Wallflower Wiki, a growing compendium established in 2009 that seeks to cover all adaptations of The Wallflower series by Tomoko Hayakawa.
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About The Wallflower
The Wallflower series (ヤマトナデシコ七変化 Yamato Nadeshiko Shichi Henge, lit. "Perfect Girl Evolution") centers around Sunako Nakahara who, after being called "ugly" by her middle school crush, shuns all forms of beauty and self care, choosing instead to lead a life of darkness while surrounded by her favorite horror films and memorabilia.
Concerned for her wellbeing, Sunako's aunt offers four popular high school students the chance to stay in her lavish mansion rent-free if they can turn her niece into a young lady. It is now up to Kyohei, Takenaga, Ranmaru, and Yuki to get Sunako out of her shell, otherwise they'll be facing not only an increase in their rent, but also the wrath of their landlord!
Did you know...?
- Vic Mignoga, Takenaga's English voice actor, is also the voice actor of other popular anime characters such as Tamaki Suou from Ouran High School Host Club, Edward Elric from Fullmetal Alchemist, and Zero Kiryuu from Vampire Knight.
- The Wallflower manga series was published in 2000 and ended in 2015.
- Mine Nakahara, Sunako's aunt, is fluent in several languages, including French and Russian.
- The opening and ending theme for The Wallflower anime series is sung by Kiyoharu because the manga creator is an avid fan of him.
- The anime series is dubbed in several languages, including Korean, German and Filipino.
- The anime series first aired in 2006 and ended in 2007.
- Kazuya Kamenashi, the live-action actor who portrays Kyohei, is in a J-pop group called KAT-TUN.
- Noi's voice actor, Mai Nakahara, shares the same surname with the main protagonist of the series, Sunako.
- Takeru Nakahara, Sunako's cousin, is only seen in the live-action drama and never mentioned in the anime series or manga series.
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